SIVECO România and Microsoft România organized the first Summer School for AeL certified instructors | SIVECO Romania

SIVECO România and Microsoft România organized the first Summer School for AeL certified instructors

Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Bucharest, 1 august 2006 – Between the 24-29 July 2006, SIVECO Romania in partnership with Microsoft Romania organized at Ramnicu Valcea the first Summer School for AeL certified instructors. The event aimed to offer the instructors the opportunity to improve their skills, to understand the essential needs of adult education, being well known that learning is integrated when it is earned by experience and is extended by reflection. The instructors had the chance to attend methodology, pedagogy, ethics courses, educational content development courses starting from the analysis of reality versus virtual reality and advanced courses of Microsoft Office.

42 AeL instructors participated to the courses organized at Mircea cel Batran High school IT laboratories. They had the pleasure to hear from specialists in pedagogy such as – Olimpus Istrate from The Institute of Education Sciences and Otilia Pacurari member of Educatia 2000+. Radu Jugureanu, eContent Manager within SIVECO Romania, explained the rules for developing educational content and Microsoft certified instructors trained the participants in MS Excel and MS Powerpoint. Those who attended Microsoft courses have the opportunity to obtain a free certification within Microsoft Bucharest examination center, anytime after 1 August.

Besides the educative goal, this Summer School offered AeL certified instructors the opportunity to share their experience

The event offered the participants the opportunity to meet and to share their experience.

The importance of this summer school and the necessity to continue organizing these kind of events was emphasized by Mihaela Chiuchi, AeL instructor in Bacau: ”Last week I participated to an exceptional event together with our colleagues from SIVECO. This summer school opened the way for a better collaboration between us the other colleagues, as well as between the instructors and SIVECO representatives. The courses were interesting, the atmosphere relaxed, and I must say, that the opportunity to sustain the MOS Exam is very important for us as teachers and instructors.”